I totally agree about the pics!
I was planning to take a picture of it and upload it together with my question, but I kept on forgetting untill I got fed up from my 'fish memory' and just made a post without any pics..
So, here's how it looks like..
I've also posted here another desert rose (with decapitated arms&legs..) which has same issue.. But this one had started dying from the top and when I cut off those branches the inside of them was black.
I had probably over-watered that one...
So I removed it out of the sand and let its roots dry in the sun for a while. Then planted it back.
Now it's doing much better.....except for the leaves though...
And the big one looks 'head-to-toe' healthy....except for the leaves though... -))
Watering I do any other day (in the evening), since it grows in the sand outside, and it's been a very hot weather here (like any other summer...) ..
Do you have an idea which fertilizer would be better for them?
I have two types which I use sometimes:
1) Dried (minced) manure.
2) Blue granules, which contain: 12-12-17 +magnesium 2% + sulfur 6%
-> (Extra Question: Do you know if this one is more for "greenery" or it is also to "enhance flowering"?
I needed actually something specifically for flowers, but they got me this one.. So I'm not sure if I can use it or I better buy something else for the flowers...)
- Big Adenium..
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- Small Adenium..
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- Small Adenium..
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"They know, they just know where to grow, how to dupe you, and how
to camouflage themselves among the perfectly respectable plants, they
just know, and therefore, I've concluded weeds must have brains."
-- Dianne Benson